Sharing Utah's Natural World!
Utah's spectacular natural world inspires exploration, understanding, and stewardship. Here at Utah Master Naturalist, our mission is to train volunteers and professionals who promote stewardship of natural resources within their communities by providing education, outreach, and service. We offer several field courses each year to help you in your lifelong pursuit of knowledge and skills. Learn more about how to become a Utah Master Naturalist in our About section.
Utah Master Naturalist offers four online courses to introduce you to Utah's major ecosystems. You can enroll in an online course. Each online course can be completed in about 12-16 hours of work.
2020 Field Courses
Enrolling in a field course automatically includes the corresponding online course that you will need to complete during the month prior to the field course.
Dark Sky Observations
Edge of the Cedars and Goosenecks State Parks, Blanding
March 20-22, 9am-late
Antelope Island State Park, Syracuse
Fall, dates TBD
Swaner EcoCenter, Park City
June 9-11, Tue-Thu, 9am-5pm
Natural History Museum of Utah, St. George
June 16-18, Tue-Thu, 8am-5pm, For K-12 Teachers
Uintah Basin, Roosevelt
June 23-25, Tue-Thu, 9am-5pm
USU Moab in May Course, Moab
May 4-28, for USU undergraduates
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Kanab
June 2, Tue, 6-8pm, & June 3-5, Wed-Fri, 8:30am-5pm
Utah's Hogle Zoo, SLC & Moab
June 23-26, Tue-Fri, 9am-5pm
Great Basin National Park, Nevada
July 13-17, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm
Utah's Hogle Zoo, Wasatch & Uinta Mtns
August 5-7, Wed-Fri, 9am-5pm
Visit Utah Nature Explorers to discover lesson plans, resources, and field equipment that will help you share Utah's amazing natural world with your students!